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Idiom of the week: fly off the handle

Meaning: to react in a very angry way to something that someone says or does


Meaning: to like someone less because they have done something wrong or behaved badly in the past


Meaning: for the reason that, because

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Body Idioms

Here are some common idioms based on the human body.

Word of the week: condescending

Meaning: treating someone as if you are more important or more intelligent than them

Idiom of the week: Spill the beans

Meaning: to tell people secret information

Phrasal Verb of the week: hold out for

Meaning: to continue to demand something, although you have been told you cannot have it

Collocation of the week: a dead-end job

Meaning: a job in which there is no chance of progressing to a better, more important job

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